The 5th meeting on reviewing the framework for the political dialogue was held in Yangon yesterday, taking one more step into laying down framework for the dialogues.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr Tin Myo Win, Chairman of the preparatory committee for holding the Union Peace Conference-21st Century Panglong, said the national level political dialogues are expected to begin in October within the framework.
Pado Saw Kwel Htoo Win, Secretary of the Union Peace Dialogue Joint Committee, said the launch of the national-level political dialogues would represent “ all-inclusiveness” with opinions and voices of the peoples including ethnic peoples.
The participants of the meeting reached an agreement for the chapter 4 of the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement and discussed the Chapter 5 of the NCA today.
“Today discussion can be seen as a success and we will review how we will discuss the national-level political dialogue,” said Salai Hlyan Hmon Sar Khaung.
The delegation for political negotiation-DPN did not attend the meeting as they have not yet finished their discussion, said Dr Tin Myo Win in his opening remarks at the meeting.
Today meeting was attended by 15 representatives from the government, 16 representatives from the signatories to the NCA and 15 representatives from the political parties.
Ye Khaung Nyunt